Our Tinley Park commercial real estate and commercial lease attorneys will assist you with all your Commercial real estate needs. We have the expertise and resources to assist you with purchases, commercial real estate sales and leases in an expedient and affordable manner.
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In this article, our Tinley Park commercial lease attorneys discuss important clauses included in commercial leases. We explain termination notices, enforcement clauses, clauses regarding use of property, landlord's approval of alterations, clauses regarding repairs, indemnification clauses and their importance when creating a commercial lease.
We discuss commercial real estate contracts and leases along with their review by an attorney. When our Tinley Park real estate attorneys review your commercial lease, we provide an opinion letter relaying areas that may be of concern and items we feel should be renegotiated. We discuss what you would like us to renegotiate with the other party and then supply our opinion letter to the other party or directly draft revisions into the lease and present it to the other party for consideration and review. The issues addressed by both sides will be diminished through negotiation until the parties agree to its terms.
In this article, we explain a tenant's right to an audit of common area maintenance charges. In some commercial leases, tenants can be required to pay a portion of the landlord's expenses for things such as maintenance, property taxes and utilities in common areas. Common Area Maintenance Fraud is the term for when landlords overcharge this additional rent amount. If you feel that your landlord is overcharging you, if your lease allows, an audit of the landlord's common area maintenance expenses is a considerable step. Our Tinley Park commercial lease attorneys can discuss the tenants' options regarding this situation.